Other Accessibility Resources

AInspector Sidebar

AInspector Sidebar for the Firefox browser supports the evaluation of web pages for the accessibility features required by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level A and AA Success Criteria. The tool provides both summary information and detailed information on the accessibility requirements that apply to a web page (e.g. WCAG 2.0 requirement filtering). Users can highlight and inspect element information on the page associated for each requirement. Each result has information on the requirement, techniques that can be used to implement the requirement and links to more information. AInspector Sidebar uses the open source OpenAjax Evaluation Library, Rules and Rulesets.

Functional Accessibility Evaluator

The Functional Accessibility Evaluator (FAE) 2.0 provides accessibility information on an entire website for WCAG 2.0 Level A and AA Success Criteria. FAE 2.0 provides both website summary and page level detail on the accessibility requirements that applied to the pages with in a website. FAE 2.0 uses the same open source OpenAjax Evaluation Library, Rules and Rulesets as AInspector Sidebar. FAE 2.0 and AInspector Sidebar are designed to complement themselves. FAE 2.0 provide a overview of accessibility of a website that can be used in design, planning and quality assurance for project management and AInspector Sidebar provides detailed information and inspection capability of a particular page.


SkipTo.js is a replacement for your old classic “Skip To Main” link. The SkipTo.js script creates a drop-down menu consisting of the links to the important places on a given web page.

Bootstrap.js Accessibility Plug-in

This plugin adds accessibility features to Bootstrap 3.x to support keyboard only and screen reader users. The plugin does not affect the visual layout or performance of your website.

AblePlayer Media Player

Able Player is a fully accessible cross-browser media player. It uses the HTML5 <audio> or <video> element for browsers that support them, and (optionally) the JW Player as a fallback for those that don’t.